3 enrolled in the IOBSE-IFPO Entry Level Protection Officer course for 2019

Great news from Ron Martin, CPP, IFPO Board of Directors member, Infragard North Louisiana Vice President, Commercial Facilities Sector Chief:

This year, three individual IOBSE scholarship recipients have been awarded the IFPO Initial Security Officer Program Course. This course provides online training to help improve the knowledge and performance of private security officers part of an initial training program. the training is designed to assist security agencies, and officers, to meet many of the published private security officer training guideline recommendations. Congratulations to Alelee Figueroa, Domonique Austin, and Latisha Floyd: the 2019 IOBSE scholarship recipients!

Alelee Figueroa is awarded the IFPO Initial Security Officer Program Course. This course provides online training to help improve the knowledge and performance of private security officers part of an initial training program. The training is designed to assist security agencies, and officers, to meet many of the published private security officer training guideline recommendations.

This course will jump start Ms. Figueroa’s understanding of this element of the Security industry. She also was provided a copy of the 8th edition of The Professional Protection Officer Manual. The manual is used by over 200 colleges and universities world wide.

The International Foundation for Protection Officers is a non-profit organization headquartered in Naples, Florida, United States. The organization was established in January 1988 to help address the training and certification needs of security protection officers and their supervisors internationally.

 

Domonique Austin is awarded the IFPO Initial Security Officer Program Course. This course provides online training to help improve the knowledge and performance of private security officers part of an initial training program. The training is designed to assist security agencies, and officers, to meet many of the published private security officer training guideline recommendations.

This course will jump start Ms. Austin’s understanding of this element of the Security Industry. She also was provided a copy of the 8th edition of The Professional Protection Officer Manual. The manual is used by over 200 colleges and universities world wide.

The International Foundation for Protection Officers is a non-profit organization headquartered in Naples, Florida, United States. The organization was established in January 1988 to help address the training and certification needs of security protection officers and their supervisors internationally.

 

Latisha Floyd is awarded the IFPO Initial Security Officer Program Course. This course provides online training to help improve the knowledge and performance of private security officers part of an initial training program. The training is designed to assist security agencies, and officers, to meet many of the published private security officer training guideline recommendations.

This course will jump start Ms. Floyd’s understanding of this element of the Security Industry. She also was provided a copy of the 8th edition of The Professional Protection Officer Manual. The manual is used by over 200 colleges and universities world wide.

The International Foundation for Protection Officers is a non-profit organization headquartered in Naples, Florida, United States. The organization was established in January 1988 to help address the training and certification needs of security protection officers and their supervisors internationally.

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